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KAH Educational Equity & Enrichment Hub Program

Kids After Hours is excited to be operating Educational Equity & Enrichment Hub programs, with enhanced health, safety, and cleaning measures, to provide care for children and provide distance learning support. The idea behind these “Hubs” is that children will be dropped-off at KAH in the mornings so families are able to have care from 8:30am - 5:30pm (along with virtual learning support).  KAH will take care of all distance learning, homework, snack, outside time, and fun activities.

Who is this program for?

  • Students in grades K-5 who are eligible for Free and Reduced Meals (FARMS) or your family’s income is at or below 400 percent of the federal poverty level
  • Students without adult supervision options and/or in need of internet access
  • Families who are willing to commit to attending every day as a part of the Program Participant Agreement

Where is it located?

  • Located at:
    • Bayard Rustin E.S.
    • Greencastle E.S.
    • Cloverly E.S.
    • Highland View E.S.
    • Glenallan E.S.
    • Cannon Road E.S.
    • Flora Singer E.S.
    • Space available at other locations. If you are in financial need, please apply for any program location using the Equity Hub Application.
  • Hours: Monday – Friday from 8:30AM – 5:30PM
  • Class Size: 13 children with 2 staff members

How much does it cost?

Thanks to funding from The Children’s Opportunity Fund, we are able to offer this program for families in need for a total cost of $50/month per child. Additional financial assistance is available for families who are unable to meet the $50/month per child contribution.

What will this program include?

  • Staff will supervise and provide support for distance learning
  • Engaging activities when children are not in class
  • Meals and snacks will be provided 
  • Safe environment for children to learn and grow

How do I apply? Required Forms & Paperwork:

In order for your child to attend the Educational Equity and Enrichment Hub programs, we must have the following forms on file:

Please Note: We are required by the State of Maryland to have these forms on file. If we do not receive these forms within a week of starting, your child may not be able to attend.

Daily Programming

The day will be built around supporting distance learning and providing children with the social-emotional connections that have always been the foundation of KAH's programs. Based on each child’s distance learning schedule, our KAH staff will make sure that devices are connected, children are logged in on time to class, they remain engaged with their teachers, and they have access to the resources that they need to complete assignments. Outside of distance learning times, the children will remain in their cohort groups for time outside, crafts, games, and all of the other activities that your kids have come to love at KAH (modified to allow for physical distancing and other healthy practices).

A sample schedule of what a day may look like:

  • 8:30am – 9am: Arrival, Morning Snack, and Learning Centers
  • 9am – 11:45am: Distance Learning Support
  • 11:45am – 12pm: Break for Cleaning & Sanitizing
  • 12pm – 1pm: Lunch & Recess
  • 1pm – 3pm: Distance Learning Support
  • 3pm – 3:15pm: Break for Cleaning & Sanitizing
  • 3:15 – 5pm: Activities and Outdoor Time
  • 5pm – 5:30pm: Dismissal, Cleaning & Sanitizing

Children will eat in their group’s space and will be provided lunch by Montgomery County Public Schools Food Program and snack by KAH.